PRLog - Nov. 15, 2012 - FORT PARKWAY, U.K. -- www.eumconsultants.com (http://www.eumconsultants.com/)
Days are getting darker and it is definitely getting colder. But with energy bills rapidly rising, how much is it really going to cost you to keep warm this winter? EUM Consultants Ltd, based in Birmingham, discuss how you can keep your home warm this winter, without costing you a penny!
Energy bills across the country are now rising to amounts as high as £1400 per year according to the latest reports, this is due to the recent increases in gas and electric prices, with the UK’s biggest energy providers increasing their costs by up to 30%, leaving loyal customers in a very bad position this winter.
Having central heating on during the winter is a necessity for most homeowner’s;
“EUM Consultants Ltd can provide homeowners, especially those at risk, with entirely free products and services such as loft and cavity wall insulation, which can reduce a homeowners energy bills by up to £260 a year! This makes a huge difference to those struggling with the recent rise in energy prices” says Alex Tsimboykas, Sales Director of EUM Consultants Ltd. Loft insulation is one of the most effective ways to keep your home warm, and your energy bills down. The 250mm/11 inches of insulation in your loft will help keep heat in during the winter, reducing the amount of time you need Central Heating on and in use, and therefore saving you money for gifts this Christmas.
“Regardless of your income, saving money is always a good idea, and if that isn’t appealing, then surely doing your bit for the planet is?” says Mark McAlear from EUM Consultants. It takes no more than 5 minutes to arrange a survey for your home to be qualified for free insulation, and can have your home insulated within a matter of weeks, no matter what part of the United Kingdom you live in.
A large amount of EUM Consultants Ltd’s services and products are completely free, especially to those most at need or ‘at risk’. If it costs you nothing to save you hundreds of pounds a year, as well as reducing your carbon emissions, why wait?